Blackrain : "ERROR: usb open failed while sending" WHAT? WHY? HOW ?

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  1. Luke14789

    Luke14789 New Member

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    Hello, so after trying to jailbreak my NEWEST IPOD TOUCH 3RD GEN (With the newest Boot Roms) (MC VERISON), I found out they were not jail breakable just yet because of the boot rom.

    Ok, so I went ahead and replaced that with the 2nd Gen Ipod, the version MB533LL .
    Everywhere I read, the MB versions should have absolutely no problems getting jailbroken.

    Was I wrong !
    Excited to finally jailbreak the 2G,I ran blackra1n and got stuck at the same exact step as with my previous 3G....
    "Stuck on Running" on Blackra1n...

    I have tried so many methods now, I lost count.

    The log suggests, there is something clearly wrong with the USB thing, however, I tried switching the ports, disabling antivirus, all to no avail.

    Here is the Log

    INFO: welcome to blackra1n for windows
    INFO: loaded dll at C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\iTunesMobileDevice.dll
    INFO: button clicked
    INFO: internal recovery callback called
    INFO: unregistered normal mode callback
    INFO: go go gadget ra1n
    INFO: send command started
    INFO: file opened
    ioctl: 1
    INFO: command setenv auto-boot true sent
    INFO: send command started
    INFO: file opened
    ioctl: 0
    INFO: command saveenv sent
    send payload: 0
    INFO: start sending exploit
    ioctl: 0
    INFO: exploit closed 0
    sent exploit
    INFO: send command started
    INFO: file opened
    ioctl: 0
    INFO: command geohot sent
    ERROR: usb open failed while sending payload
    ERROR: usb open failed while sending payload
    send picture: -1
    INFO: send command started
    INFO: file opened
    ERROR: usb open failed while sending command
    INFO: send command started
    INFO: file opened
    ERROR: usb open failed while sending command
    ERROR: usb open failed while sending payload
    ERROR: usb open failed while sending payload
    send ramdisk: -1
    INFO: send command started
    INFO: file opened
    ERROR: usb open failed while sending command
    INFO: I JUST DROPPED IT LIKE ITS HOT
    WARN: wtf who called this?
    INFO: global callback finished
    INFO: callbacks registered
    INFO: unused callback called


    Please, somebody help, this is getting ridiculous.
    Thank you
  2. effectsdude79

    effectsdude79 New Member

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    i am not sure it works with the 3g?
    did you get a legit download?
  3. Luke14789

    Luke14789 New Member

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    what are you talking about ?
    Legit download of what ?
    I have downloaded blackra1n off blackra1n.com
    I upgraded my firmware to 3.1.2 via iTunes.
    First I downloaded it here http://www.felixbruns.de/iPod/firmware/
    and then restored via "Shift click" option in iTunes.
    and I am talking about the 2G IPT, not the 3G.
  4. Gershmer

    Gershmer Active Member

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    ^ Nice, pirating firmwares and all. You might want to remove the link and read the rules.
  5. Luke14789

    Luke14789 New Member

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    lol. this whole thread is about "jailbreaking" and you are telling me I should not pirate firmware lol
  6. juone95

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    Yes, you obviously shouldn't pirate. Why do you think "jailbreaking" leads to piracy?
  7. Gershmer

    Gershmer Active Member

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    I don't get it the "Lol" part.


    Jailbreaking is not piracy.

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